Limitless (2015–2016)
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Brian's loyalty to the FBI is tested when Sands demands he steal the FBI's secret files on NZT; Rebecca is emotionally conflicted when she learns what her estranged father left her following his death.


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Arthur Maciel
Tom Degnan ...
Mao Zhang


An elderly scientist Brian befriended on-line appears at the bureau asking for his help. His woes soon worsen when evidence points to him murdering a former colleague who made a personal fortune from their work. As Brian sifts though five inheriting charities and six disgruntled heirs for the true culprit, Sands burdens him further with the treasonous task of copying the FBI's secured files on NZT, a task he's strongly compelled not to ignore. Rebecca, while investigating a Chinese spy, learns of a newly discovered inheritance from her late father. Written by statmanjeff

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Arthur Maciel: [to Brian] Just wait. You know... even if you're not sure, you still did an incredible thing. You got me out of prison. I owe you. Everything. Thank you.
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Weird T-shirt!
24 October 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Ignoring his weird unprofessional T-shirt, which only denoted his arrogance when showing up at work with it, two facts were interesting in the current episode: the science references and the finale.

The technique that involves viewing objects and diagrams on screen imposed over the characters and particularly over Brian, since he "sees" things and figures on NZT that are not there for normal people, goes well with the pretty decent soundtrack, though not at all remarkable.

It was nice to hear someplace else other than The Flash references to science and physics, especially. Yay to quantum mechanics and uncertainties! The depicted biologist is also an accurate adaptation - scientists are not interested in money but in the work they do, work they consider to be extremely important even if sometimes that may not be the case. It was, however, an indirect reminder of Walter White too as the main episodic character was the co-founder of a company from which he got kicked out.

Brian should stop complaining and realize how lucky he is that he got the opportunity of doing what he does. Therefore, he should work for Eddie even if it means being the Nina Myers of the FBI. Another point would be the way he managed to get access to that bio facility. It was way too facile and his behavior was so immature and unprofessional throughout the related scenes.

The finale was filmed and edited in a nice kind-of-exciting way. Agent Harris' father is not only mentioned, new facts about him are revealed; facts that may have effects in the near future.

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